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BBC Studios and Lionsgate Television Announce Partnership to Jointly Create Original Programming and Scripted Formats for U.S. Market

Lionsgate

BBC Studios Los Angeles and Lionsgate Television have teamed up to identify, co-develop and co-fund scripted formats and original intellectual property for the U.S. market. As part of the first look agreement, the parties will create original series and draw upon the extensive formats from the prestigious BBC catalog. The BBC …

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Spin Master Announces the Global Relaunch of ‘BAKUGAN’

Bakugan

Spin Master, TMS Entertainment, and Nelvana have announced an agreement in principle to relaunch the global hit “BAKUGAN”. Set to debut on the 10 year anniversary of the original series, the coordinated project also includes the development of toys, toy-linked TV animation and the formation of a joint production committee. “BAKUGAN” …

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AT&T AUDIENCE Network Unveils Expanded Programming Slate

Condor

 AT&T AUDIENCE Network unveiled its upcoming programming lineup at the summer Television Critics Association tour in Los Angeles. “Loudermilk” AT&T AUDIENCE Network will kick off its fall slate with the premiere of the second season of its critically acclaimed original comedy series, “Loudermilk.” The new season starts on Oct. 16 at …

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John Jackson Miller Pens Battlestar Galactica 40th Anniversary Series

Battlestar Galactica

Dynamite Entertainment announced New York Times bestselling author and comics writer John Jackson Miller (Star Wars, Star Trek, Halo) and artist Daniel HDR (Red Sonja) will deliver a new miniseries timed for Battlestar Galactica‘s 40th anniversary year! “Forty years ago this fall, tens of millions of people watched the originalBattlestar Galactica pilot …

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Netflix Announces First Slate Of Series And Films Based On The Stories Of Mark Millar

Jupiters Legacy

Netflix announced its first slate of films and series based on the stories of Mark Millar. Netflix acquired Millar’s company, Millarworld, last year and since then has been developing projects with Mark and Lucy Millar, including The Magic Order, which has been published as Netflix’s first comic book and was …

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